Maxi DOT

Maxi DOT is the designation for the display type of the on-board computer. It is actually a matrix display that is located in the instrument cluster, usually between the analogue vehicle speed and engine speed indicators. The Maxi DOT display is composed of individual illuminated dots which allows for much greater display variability.

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Digital instrument panel (Virtual cockpit)

The virtual cockpit is a digital version of the instrument cluster. In practice, it is a high-resolution display that replaces the traditional instrument cluster. Analog instruments are now a thing of the past and are gradually being replaced by TFT displays.

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ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)

The ABS system prevents the wheels from locking up during emergency braking. If the wheels lock up, there is a risk of losing grip between the tire and the road and the driver may lose control of the vehicle. Thanks to the ABS system, the vehicle is controllable even under hard braking.

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DEATC (Dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control)

DEATC is the name given to Ford’s dual-zone air conditioning system. Dual-zone air conditioning allows a slight temperature difference to be maintained between the driver and passenger. This allows the driver, who needs to concentrate and move around, to have a lower temperature setting, for example.

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